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Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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When You Have to Relearn Basic Skills

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Eating. Walking. Breathing. These and other “basic skills” are second nature to many of us. Or, perhaps, not. Sometimes, a chronic health condition requires us to relearn what we thought we already knew how to do. And it can be […]

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Sharing a Meal

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Passover and Holy Week’s commemoration of the Last Supper make me think about how we prepare meals today, and how different it was in Jesus’ time. For one thing, the obvious: There were no drive-thrus or microwaves in Jesus’ day, […]

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Chronic Illness and Pain: Be Forkful!

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Hold onto your waistlines! One of the most challenging parts of the holidays is eating, especially if you have a restricted diet to begin with. The temptations – “Just one cookie won’t hurt,” “You can always work it off afterward,” […]

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Supersizing Our Lives

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On a walk recently, I passed by a recently-renovated neighorhood fast food restaurant. Emblazoned on the roof was a banner that invited all to try “our double drive-thru!” A “double drive-thru?” Hmm… Do we order in two parts? Order side-by-side […]

Chronic Pain: Feeding the Soul

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We all have our favorite comfort foods. For some, simple bread or a cup of herbal tea soothes. For others, a hearty, full-course, down home dinner does the trick. I keep chocolate handy, and also, of all things, relish (pardon […]

OPENING THE DOOR TO TEMPTATION…WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT IT

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Lunch time. I walked into the kitchen and quickly assembled all the ingredients for a healthful meal – fresh mushrooms, zucchini, onions, a little olive oil, three egg whites (and, okay, one yolk), and seasonings of herbs garlic and pepper. […]

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TLC Tuesday: Be Veronica
t. Veronica is said to have lived in the first century A.D., and according to early accounts, she took pity on Jesus as he made his way to Calvary and wiped his face tenderl

posted 6:30:38am Mar. 31, 2015 | read full post »

Food For Thought: Back to Basics
A very blessed Holy Week to you! There certainly are many bible-based movies, television programs, and other works making the rounds this week. Whether another telling of Jesu

posted 6:30:25pm Mar. 29, 2015 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: When You Don't Feel Like Praying
Perhaps you're tired. Bone-weary. Angry. Deeply torn. Spiritually dry. Perhaps it's taken a long time to admit it, but now you do. You don't feel like praying. Are you a bad person? Sinning for saying it? Hopelessly lost? Not at all. God still and always will love you, and He knows how d

posted 10:58:26pm Mar. 21, 2015 | read full post »

Just Because
Today's a great day to encourage yourself and others...just because. So often, we wait to express our appreciation, admiration, or pleasure to someone else. It might be a

posted 10:41:02pm Mar. 19, 2015 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: All About Us
Happy St. Patrick's Day! I hope that, if you celebrate today, you will have a fond and festive time. Any kind of holiday centered on a particular race or ethnicity makes me think of what makes us us. I also think about this when I hear of genetic studies and how scientists are trying to identify

posted 10:48:38pm Mar. 17, 2015 | read full post »

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